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Holding Hands

      by: Dimensions, Inc.

Dimensions, Inc.

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Dimensions Sunset Kits

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Cross Stitch Kits

SKU: 288243
Designer: Christa Kieffer
Project Size: 9" x 12" (23 x 30 cm)
Floss: Cotton Thread
Fabric: 14 count ivory Aida

Price: $21.99 

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Item Description:  
Clutching their favorite possessions, a young boy and girl take a stroll along the sandy shore. This tender scene is stitched on 14 count ivory Aida with cotton thread. Half cross stitch is used to create depth and subtle shading.

Kit contains cotton thread, 14 count ivory Aida, thread palette, needle, and easy instructions.

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1. Mariya on 8/21/2014, said:

Great pattern! I made it for my sister who has a son and a daughter, and it turned out amazing!
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